About The CRCNJ
At The CRCNJ, we understand that treating cognitive disorders means more than just managing symptoms. That’s why we take a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, with specialists in neuropsychology, psychotherapy, group therapy, clinical trials, and specialized collaborative consultants in neurology and psychiatry.
We are a private practice, which means you get a personalized treatment plan and you’ll never feel like "just another patient." Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other cognitive disorders affect the family as well as the patient, so we provide resources for patients and families to help them through the difficult task of navigating a diagnosis and ensuring care.
We'll treat you like you're
our most important patient,
because you are.
Our mental health professionals offer extensive therapy options. We help our clients to foster coping mechanisms, to connect with other patients and caregivers who understand exactly what they’re going through. Our approach to treatment is holistic. We draw from all bodies of research and care, including addressing lifestyle factors known to affect brain aging.
At The CRCNJ, we are researchers as well as clinicians. We run clinical trials focused on memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease, mild cognitive impairment, and dementia. We provide opportunities to receive experimental treatments and related resources that are unavailable anywhere else. Our goal is to advance the state of research and treatment for these diseases, find the most effective new treatments, and eventually contribute to eliminating them altogether.
We seek to slow or stop the progression of Alzheimer’s disease and behavior disorders in patients, become New Jersey’s premier resource for patients and their families, and do our part via research and clinical trials to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease and several types of behavior disorders.
Our goal is to provide comprehensive assessment and diagnosis, as well as compassionate care, for people and families affected by Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and behavior disorders.
We intend to open experimental avenues of treatment and contribute to the body of research on these conditions, including new and innovative diagnostic techniques and technology to better understand how to recognize these conditions and begin treatment as early as possible.
Click here to make an appointment or call 973-850-4622 to learn more about how The CRCNJ can help.